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Thread: 2010 International signing period information

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    Re: 2010 International signing period information

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    Ben Badler - Which teams have signed the most international prospects?

    Reds are tied with the Mariners for first.



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    Re: 2010 International signing period information

    What I found particularly interesting recently was Bavasi's comment that the Reds were going in hard in Colombia. I don't think we've seen any Colombian players show up on rosters yet, but it sounds like it'll happen before long.
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    Re: 2010 International signing period information

    Quote Originally Posted by lollipopcurve View Post
    What I found particularly interesting recently was Bavasi's comment that the Reds were going in hard in Colombia. I don't think we've seen any Colombian players show up on rosters yet, but it sounds like it'll happen before long.
    Interesting. I must have missed that. Do you remember where you heard/read it?
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    Re: 2010 International signing period information

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    Interesting. I must have missed that. Do you remember where you heard/read it?
    We'll still put our financial resources where our strength is, which is Venezuela, the Dominican. We're now in Colombia very seriously. We'll probably be more focused on the Caribbean, South and Central America more than Asia and Europe. But we'll always have enough of our thumb on that pulse to know what's going on over there.
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    Re: 2010 International signing period information

    I assume its too early for word to have leaked out over who the top international prospects will be this way, and who's in the mix for their services?


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